VMware RabbitMQ Room for Improvement

Keith Sohl
Senior Developer/Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees
RabbitMQ is clearly better supported on Linux than it is on Windows. There are idiosyncrasies in the Windows version that are not there on Linux. The documentation for the Windows version is also less plentiful and less accurate. The online community clearly provides better Linux support, but this naturally follows from the smaller Windows installed base. There are also some potential concerns about how we maintain high-availability whilst also scaling out. View full review »
TomaszSobota
Java Programmer at Netcompany
I was struggling with installing a few things. It would be good if was somewhat similar to RedHat. There should be more documentation regarding installation troubleshooting. It's pretty straightforward, the setup, but it would be useful to know what to do if you do face certain challenges. Right now, without more in-depth documentation, it's unclear. View full review »
Jack Angoe
CEO at INTERFACE FINANCIAL TECHNOLOGIES LTD
Their implementation is quite tricky. It's not that easy to implement RabbitMQ as a cluster. It would be great if they could improve that. View full review »
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Mark Ray-Smith
Head of Engineering at Contineo
* Difficult to integrate with automated test and CICD * Moving beyond basic configurations can be challenging * Not clear how to implement durable subscriber connections * Not clear how a Rabbit service restart allows subscriber auto re-connect * Service cluster failover depends on shared disk infrastructure. View full review »
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